BIOgraphy

My acting career started when I was studying at high school. However, at that time I had another sphere of interest that was of primary importance for me – biology. Later, I was studying it in college, while also taking part in theatrical performances.

After my graduation, I decided to pursue a career of an actor. I was taught acting at English Movie Academy, and a few years later I received a big role in one of ITV’s series.

I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood. I won the Biochemistry category at the State level. These accomplishments allowed me to be picked to represent Grant County High School in the first Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program and led me to attending the University of Louisville on a full academic scholarship. I believed I was going to become a medical doctor, probably specializing in Emergency Room medicine. I have always been good in emergencies, keeping focused on what has got to be done regardless of all the chaos going on around me. I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood. I won the Biochemistry category at the State level. These accomplishments allowed me to be picked to represent Grant County High School in the firs Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program and led me to attending the University of Louisville on a full academic scholarship. I believed I was going to become a medical doctor, probably specializing in Emergency Room medicine.

I have always been good in emergencies, keeping focused on what has got to be done regardless of all the chaos going on around me. I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood.

I won the Biochemistry category at the State level. These accomplishments allowed me to be picked to represent Grant County High School in the first Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program and led me to attending the University of Louisville on a full academic scholarship. I was born and raised in Manchester, UK. I studied college-level Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics while still in high school. My most impressive research was on how aspirin affects the coagulation (clotting) time of human blood. I won the Biochemistry category at the State level.